English 102 Introduction and Conclusion Paragraphs

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DRAFT A CLEAR INTRODUCTION AND CONCLUSION FOR YOUR RESEARCH PAPER.

Here are the criteria by which I will be evaluating your introduction:

  • It is between 1 and 1 1/2 pages in length (typed, double spaced in Times New Roman 12 point font.
  • It begins with an interesting or intriguing hook.
  • It provides important background and/or historical information about your topic.
  • It identifies an audience that would benefit from learning about this topic.
  • It includes a linking sentence or two to connect the previous information with the thesis.
  • It ends with a clear thesis of one sentence.
  • It avoids all argument.
  • It is grammatically correct, and uses proper sentence structure and punctuation.
  • It uses transitions to clearly lead readers from one idea to the next.
  • It incorporates quoted or paraphrased material, if necessary, which is properly introduced, cited, and explained.

Here are the criteria by which I will be evaluating your conclusion:

  • It is between 1 and 1 1/2 pages in length (typed, double spaced in Times New Roman 12 point font.
  • It begins with a restatement of your thesis.
  • It includes a linking sentence or two to connect the thesis to the remaining information.
  • It refers back to an audience who would benefit from learning about this topic.
  • It discusses the future of the topic.
  • It ends by referring back to the hook material from the introduction.
  • It avoids all argument.
  • It is grammatically correct, and uses proper sentence structure and punctuation.
  • It uses transitions to clearly lead readers from one idea to the next.
  • It incorporates quoted or paraphrased material, if necessary, which is properly introduced, cited, and explained.

Tutor Answer

mikyreeve
School: University of Virginia

Attached.

Surname 1
The Grief
Student’s Name
Professor’s Name
Course
Date
The Grief
Introduction
Grief is the pain that an individual can suffer after losing a spouse. Many studies have
shown that women and men react differently in the case of pain. However, researchers and
psychologists define grief differently. Women grieving tend to socialize more and share their
experience with those close to them. However, people tend to get withdrawn and avoid
socializing as they believe they can handle the problem on the...

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Thanks, good work

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